January & February Update
Quintric is excited to announce that progress is continuing and that Quintric is on track to meet various goals by the target dates. For instance, the live-stream is still expected to be done around the end of March. Our original goalpost for completion of this feature was pushed back in favor of setting up the space in the vault so that more metals can be live-streamed before reaching maximum capacity.
Quintric users that wish to redeem their Quint now have a way to accomplish this. Quint may be redeemed for physical coins as well as for gold bills. Please check the updated FAQ section to read the steps required for turning in Quint tokens for gold coins. iQuint is now available in the form of 25 iQuint gold notes but will no longer be available as a digital token for the foreseeable future.
The software continues to improve as Quintric is readying to leave the beta test stages of development and into a more mature project. Our programmers are working daily to make Quintric a reliable and convenient way for the average person to use the constitutional gold standard. Users today can send and receive Quint to anyone with an email account from the interface on Quintric.com.
Quintric is continuing to add new partners. Check out the latest project that has decided to back their tokens with Quint.
By the end of the next quarter, assuming that everything is ready, Quintric is preparing to launch a national marketing campaign to let people know that there is a legal tender sound money option. Indeed, Quintric is making the first ‘Third generation Gold Standard’ by holding a 100% reserve and allowing users to conduct audits via live-stream.
We appreciate the patience and dedication of our users so far and we are striving to build an even better system in the future.